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Kim Mitchell tickets - Kim Mitchell Tour

Kim Mitchell Schedule

Once at the helm of the band Max Webster, Joseph Kim Mitchell has gone on to lead a successful career as a bona fide solo singer/songwriter.

Mitchell is headed out on tour with stops scheduled at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, B.C. and the Guelph Concert Theatre in Guelph, Ontario.

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Kim Mitchell Background

At the age of 17, Kim Mitchell relocated to Toronto from Sarnia. In Toronto, he played guitar in bar bands. Mitchell served as the manic frontman for the eccentric hard rock outfit, Max Webster.

Established in Toronto, Max Webster was one of the most coveted and most original groups in Canada during its heyday in the late '70s. The band gained a reputation for their over-the-top, high-energy concerts and for their LPs.

Max Webster gigged all over Canada, and by 1980, they tagged along with the high-profile rock act, Rush, in Europe, Great Britain and the U.S. Along with lyricist and fellow Max Webster band mate Pye Dubois, Mitchell penned such popular tunes as High Class in Borrowed Shoes, Hangover and Paradise Skies. The band is also noted for Let Go the Line and A Million Vacations.

In 1982, Mitchell pursued a solo career after spending some time as a producer and a session guitarist. He established a band that was comprised of Peter Fredette - a vocalist and multi-instrumentalist. Dubois stayed on as Mitchell's lyricist. And their efforts continued to appeal to the concerns of the Canadian male teenage population.

Singles included: All We Are and Go for Soda (1984); Alana Loves Me and Patio Lanterns (1986); and Easy to Tame (1987).

By 1989, Mitchell churned out Rock 'n' Roll Duty - a tune adapted from his life. The song turned out to be a major hit in Canada. The song was followed by Rocklandwonderland, I Am a Wild Party and Expedition Sailor.

The LP Shakin' Like a Human Being garnered the Juno Award in 1986 as album of the year, and additionally sold over 300,000 copies. Mitchell himself claimed a Juno in 1983. He was recognized as the most promising male vocalist. And in 1990, he was honored with the male vocalist of the year title.

Juno Award nods additionally followed in 1991 and 1993.

Behind Mitchell's somewhat quirky image, there is an imaginative rock guitarist and an artisan with considerable writing talent.

Mitchell's stage performances have been largely limited to Canada, where he has found tremendous success on the summer concert circuit. He was a regular at the Kingswood Music Theatre in Maple, Ontario, in the 1980s.

After 1990, Mitchell's career went through somewhat of a drought. His albums during that era included Aural Fixations (1992); Itch (1994); and Kimosabe. Aural Fixations went on to achieve gold certification and a greatest hits compilation that came out in 1995 claimed platinum status.

Mitchell continued to play clubs, small venues and big-name concerts. Max Webster also played occasional reunion concerts.

In 2001, Mitchell announced his retirement from recording but came out of retirement in 2007.

Mitchell is still on the road today. To tag along on his next tour, make sure you stick right here on StubHub. Whether it's tickets for a folk concert or tickets for a football game, StubHub can get you there. StubHub also offers the information you need on ticket availability, venue details, seating charts and more. Why go anywhere else? StubHub is open 24-7, offering everything you need when it comes to entertainment!


Kim Mitchell Hit Albums

Kim Mitchell's albums include: Kim Mitchell (1982); Akimbo Alogo (1984); Shakin' Like A Human Being (1986); Rockland (1989); I Am A Wild Party (1990); Aural Fixations (1992); Itch (1994); Greatest Hits (1995); Kimosabe (1999); Fill Your Head with Rock (2005); and Ain't Life Amazing (2007). Several of his albums have gone on to earn gold and platinum certification.

To hear some of Mitchell's notable tunes live, all you need to do is grab some tickets right here on StubHub. StubHub carries a huge selection of concert tickets. So don't be shy, and take a look around StubHub for tickets to the concerts that interest you!


Kim Mitchell Trivia

The song, Go For Soda, off the Akimbo Alogo album became a global hit. The tune was included in the opening scene of the Buddies episode of Miami Vice. It was additionally utilized in a television advertising campaign for Mr. Pibb soda. The song was also included in an episode of Trailer Park Boys.


Kim Mitchell Concert Experience

If you're looking for concert tickets to an upcoming rock show, don't forget about the fun and energy involved in seeing Kim Mitchell, the former Max Webster vocalist/guitarist perform live! Mitchell has released several albums over the last couple of decades, and you can hear all of his hit tunes played live when you get your tickets right here on StubHub!

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Jul 13, 2014 3:00 PM

Kitchener, ON
3:00 p.m. EDT
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